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Things to do in Englishtown

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Ranked #1 of 4 attractions in Englishtown
Category: Boat Tours
Owner description: Donelda's Puffin Boat Tours is one of the 100 Must-See Destinations in Unforgettable Atlantic Canada! On the 2 1/2 - 3 hour... more » Owner description: Donelda's Puffin Boat Tours is one of the 100 Must-See Destinations in Unforgettable Atlantic Canada! On the 2 1/2 - 3 hour boat tour you'll be amazed at the beautiful rock formations on the way to the Islands , a stop to look at an old sea cave as well as a stop or two to feed some Bald Eagles. The Bird Islands are home to Grey Seals, Bald Eagles ,Atlantic Puffins and other sea birds. Our vessel, Highland Lass has all removable windows down both sides (refit 2012) for easy viewing and taking pictures from the comfort of your seat.Our tour spends over an hour at the Islands viewing birds (more if necessary) this does not include the time spent feeding Bald Eagles on the way to and from the Islands or stopping for anything else of interest, whales dolphins, gannets etc. The tour is offered in English , however there are written transcripts ( limited numbers of each ) of the whole tour available on the boat in English, French and German to make your experience more enjoyable. Please note that tours can be cancelled due to unsafe sailing conditions. « less
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Ranked #2 of 4 attractions in Englishtown
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Ranked #3 of 4 attractions in Englishtown
Category: Museums
Owner description: The Great Hall of the Clans now includes a Gaelic Heritage and Learning Centre, in addition to the existing displays of the... more » Owner description: The Great Hall of the Clans now includes a Gaelic Heritage and Learning Centre, in addition to the existing displays of the social and military history of Gaelic Scotland. The 8 new interactive displays, situated between the stone pillars throughout the Hall of the Clans, portray the Cultural and Linguistic contribution of Nova Scotia Gaels to the social fibre of the province and country. « less
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